The David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies is “bringing the world to campus” for the second year in a row by hosting a summer music festival.
The BYU’s Commercial Music Expo is a two-day event filled with music workshops, devotionals, and concerts on July 14-15.
When Megan Masako Haley stepped on stage at the age of 14 to play her first lead role as Anne in “Anne of Green Gables,” something clicked. Haley realized then and there that performing was her passion and Broadway was her goal.
Muslim rapper and BYU student Talal Sisalem said he raps to spread the message of love and acceptance to bring Arabs, Palestinians and the world together.
The 37th annual Stadium of Fire on Saturday showcased local talent, patriotic demonstrations and headlining performances from country artists Hunter Hayes, Little Big Town and comedian Brian Regan.
The School of Music’s spring opera, “The Barber of Seville,” is the last production before the retirement of professor, and director of the opera, Lawrence Vincent.